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Pensacolians to be honored at MLK Tribute tonight

Pensacolians to be honored at MLK Tribute tonight

Pensacolians near and far will be honored this Saturday at the 2nd Annual “Living The Dream” and Motown Tribute fundraiser, held Saturday evening at New World Landing. The upbeat and inspirational event highlights the work of prominent sons and daughters of Pensacola who embody the values of [...]

Rep. Mike Hill hands out food

Rep. Mike Hill hands out food

Farm Share is partnering with Representative Mike Hill to sponsor a free food distribution on Saturday, January 18, 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., at Brownsville Assembly of God, located at 3100 W. Desoto St. in Pensacola. Families in need of nutritious food will be provided Farm Share food bags free [...]

WOB holds fundraiser for Typhoon victims

WOB holds fundraiser for Typhoon victims

World of Beer (WOB) Palafox, a beer-centric tavern known for an extensive collection of craft brews from around the world, will host a fundraiser to support victims of the recent typhoon in the Philippines. The event will take place Saturday, January 18, 2014 from 2pm – 7pm at World of Beer [...]

Pensacola Opera first to participate in “Walk of Stars,” Securing the Arts in Pensacola

Pensacola Opera first to participate in “Walk of Stars,” Securing the Arts in Pensacola

Palafox Street is brighter than ever with new bronze plaques honoring the performing arts in Pensacola. Pensacola Opera has laid bronze pavers recognizing major contributors to its 30th Anniversary Season Securing the Future Campaign. The Opera is the first group to participate in this recognition [...]

Seeking volunteers for Point In Time Count

Press Release: We are now asking for volunteers for our 2014 Point In Time (PIT) count. The count will be held on January 22nd at various service providers in Escambia and Santa Rosa. The PIT Count is an event we participate in every year which provides important data that helps our service [...]

Physician arrested in sex predator investigation

Physician arrested in sex predator investigation

On Thursday Jan. 2, deputies arrested Brian Mitchell Lee, 43, of Pensacola, for traveling to meet a juvenile for sex and using a 2-way device to facilitate a felony. In December of 2013, an Escambia County Computer Crimes Investigator began communicating online with an individual who was [...]

Benefit for homeless veterans and their families

Benefit for homeless veterans and their families

What: Wine Tasting, Music & Art To Support the Home for the Holidays program for homeless veteran families When: 5-10 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 4, 2014 Where: Open Books, 1040 N. Guillemard St. Pensacola Featured Musicians: Jessica [...]

Outtakes #1: UCF Nightmare Too Close to Home

Outtakes #1: UCF Nightmare Too Close to Home

The phone call was one I never thought I would get from my youngest daughter. “Dad, I’m okay. The campus security has the gunman. He’s dead,” my daughter Claney, a coed at the University of Central Florida, told me on the morning of March 18. That morning James Oliver Seevakumaran, a [...]

News story #1: Satoshi Forest

News story #1: Satoshi Forest

The Independent News has covered homelessness in this area for years. Jesse Farthing touched the hearts of many locals with this article on this unique sanctuary for Pensacola’s growing homeless population. Read more.

Outtakes #3: New Lions Arise

Outtakes #3: New Lions Arise

A hundred African-American men walked on Friday, Feb. 15 the streets of the Montclair neighborhood picking up trash and letting residents know that they aren’t alone. The walk was the idea of Rev. Lonnie Wesley, III, pastor of Greater Little Rock Baptist Church and Escambia County Commissioner [...]

We Believe in Children 5K registration open

We Believe in Children 5K registration open

The Escambia County Public Schools Foundation's 27th Annual We Believe in Children 5K Run/Walk & Health Fair benefitting Escambia County Public Schools Foundation is scheduled for January 25, 2014, at 8:00 a.m. at Cordova Park Elementary School, 2250 Semur Drive. The event, presented by the [...]

USO seeking donations of snacks

USO seeking donations of snacks

The USO’s at the Pensacola International Airport and Northwest Florida Regional Airport will be open for the thousands of military personnel heading home for the holidays. Both of these airport centers will be open extended hours during the peak travel times to provide love and care to our [...]

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